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June 19, 2018 8:39 AM ‘Use some of the extra funding to scrap hospital parking fees’

SOME of the extra billions which Theresa May has pledged to the NHS should be used to scrap hospital car parking charges, a leading campaigner said yesterday. Conservative MP Robert Halfon issued his call after the Prime Minister declined to add her voice to those demanding an end to the scandalous fees. The Daily Express is crusading to end rip-off 5

June 18, 2018 9:36 AM Police seek heavily-tattooed woman who calls herself 'Asian Persuasion' after she helped rob a man at a hotel in Oklahoma

Police are looking for a suspected robber who is known to the victim only as 'Asian Persuasion'. The woman, whose real name is Geiselle Stevenson, is alleged to have helped two others ambush a man at a hotel in Oklahoma. She was identified as a suspect when the victim described the distinctive tattoos on her face and gem studs in her cheeks. The robbery

June 18, 2018 2:43 AM Armed shopper thwarts potential mass shooting by killing gunman after he opened fire at a busy Walmart and injured two

An armed shopper shot and killed a suspected carjacker after he opened fire at a busy Walmart. The bystander stepped in and gunned down the suspect in the parking lot of the store in Tumwater, Washington, on Sunday afternoon. At least two people, including a 16-year-old girl, were injured before the attack was thwarted. Law enforcement officials rushed 8

June 18, 2018 12:28 AM Debit card payments more popular than cash

Debit card payments have overtaken cash use for the first time, new figures show, as contactless technology takes a firm hold on day-to-day spending. A total of 13.2 billion debt card payments were made last year, a rise of 14% on the previous year, according to banking trade body UK Finance. That outstripped the 13.1 billion cash payments made, as the use of notes 6

June 14, 2018 7:06 AM Truckers object to ban on overnight parking

GROUPS representing thousands of truckers have hit back at claims lorry drivers are causing “a huge problem” by parking overnight in industrial estates. North East Truckers, which has 5,900 members, and SNAP Account, which works 70,000 drivers, said North Yorkshire County Council and Hambleton District Council must provide an alternative site to stop before 10

June 14, 2018 4:00 AM £1m of unspent council money to help children and fix roads

MORE than a million pounds of unspent council money is to be splashed on free recycling boxes, better parking enforcement and special projects to help disadvantaged children in schools. City of York Council underspent by £620,000 last year, and has £761,000 of contingency funds left over. Next week senior councillors will be asked to approve spending 8

June 9, 2018 5:08 AM Gardens in Hutton Buscel open for annual event

A VILLAGE is getting ready for its annual open gardens event on Sunday. Eighteen gardens in Hutton Buscel will be open to the public from noon to 5pm, ranging from small backyards to extensive gardens with views over the Vale of Pickering. The village hall will be open for tea and cakes all afternoon and there will be craft stalls, tombola, book stall 11

May 27, 2018 11:01 AM MP Charlie Elphicke calls for improvements after severe A20 congestion

Charlie Elphicke MP has been calling for a dual carriageway along the A2 to Dover after the bank holiday getaway led to miles of queues building up towards the port. Drivers were warned to expect delays again today after Saturday morning saw a tailback of lorries which stretched for eight miles along the A20, reaching Roundhill Tunnel near Folkestone 13

May 22, 2018 4:00 AM Flats conversion plan for two office buildings in York

PLANS have been drawn up to create 25 new homes in two offices in York. Savills' office at 48 Bootham could be converted into 14 apartments with a new two bedroom cottage built behind, while126 Acomb Road could be converted into nine apartments with another new two bedroom house built behind. Planning documents show that Savills' office - which was built 10

May 8, 2018 7:00 AM Day-trippers are hit with parking fines on Canvey

DAY-TRIPPERS were hit with parking tickets while trying to enjoy the sun on Canvey at the weekend. The seawall near to Thorney Bay has become the only place to park by the seafront, but families were left paying the price for not being able to use the currently closed Labworth car park. Residents reported that while walking near to Thorney Bay in Western 13